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The Fishbone template is a convenient useful tool for problems’ analysis.
The fishbone scheme (also called Ishikawa diagram) is a graphical way of considering and determining the most significant causal relationships between the factors and consequences of regarded problems. The diagram is named after one of the largest Japanese management theorists, Professor Kaoru Ishikawa, who introduced it in 1952 as an addition to existing methods of logical analysis and improvement of the processes’ quality in the industry of Japan.
The scheme developed by Professor Ishikawa clearly shows the work on improving the quality of production processes. It is one of the means of visualizing and organizing knowledge that systematically facilitates the understanding and ultimate diagnosis of a particular problem.
Such a diagram allows us to:
The scheme is widely used in the development of new products, in order to identify potential factors, the impact of which causes a general effect.
This slide has a schematic type of fishbone diagram. A long bar with line segments represents the structure of the template. It is well-equipped: here you’ll find all necessary vector elements and built-in tools that can be useful during work on this topic. Standard fonts, necessary aspect ratios, retina ready are also included.